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H&UINGEOJU), BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY, NOV. 27. W.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
Publ'mlied every Friday nntt enteral at tlio
onst-ollica In Homlnnford, Nobraaka, jib bocoihI
clawi mail mfiUet. Tub llKiui.n Is devotrd to
the Interest of IlomlnRford and Uox Hutto
THOS. O'KEEFB, PublUher.
, cmn' nA! .,
ONE YEAR TIM)
F. M. PiKLrs .....Clerk.
A. M. Mtt.l.EU '. Trrnmirrr.
JAfl. II. II. Hewett , '"'W
K.P. HwEENKt ......Hhprtir.
11. F. Oilman ..Attorney.
Mias A. 12. Neei-and., Hupfriutundpnt.
CllAR.BnNN twsr: Snrpynr,
DB.W.K MjLttR Coroner.
Dn. L. ty. liowMAH .. Physician.
James IIaukt Commliiftiowr 1st Dit.t.
Jab. IIOM.INRAKB.... ComniUalnnpr ttt.d Dint.
G. W. Duhoan Commissioner 3rd, Dist.
IlEMIMorORD poitotlico. On week days door
opens at ttra., general delivery opfnj jit 8 a.
m. and closes at B p. in. Open BumUye I) U
10 a. tn. ' -
IlEUixaronD and Box Uutte stagodjilly cicept
HrMiNaronD aji Lonlap stago, Monday
Wrdncitday and Friday. r
New Short Lino to Helena, Butte
Bpokano, Seattle and Tacoma
C3-. I. as "W. O. Time Oartl.
No. . passenger arrlvoB at
K:l p. m.
10:23 ti. in.
4.23 a. m.
H:S2 p. rn.
" " n In
" 48 frolglit nrrivos ut
Ko,4l pasBenBor arrives af
" Jftfrolirht .V
47 frnlght arrives fti
3:io p. m
AU regular trains rarry pasBenBers,
TUTTLB & TAS1I
Attorneys - at Law,
L. W. .OWHAN
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms and residence
Braver block, up stairs.
Special attention given to dis
eases of children .
5110 Reward jrill be paid to
anyone furnishing information
that will lead to the conviction of
the party or parties who recently
stole Uie top on. or nouso ana
stable belonging to' W. D. Mar.-j
shall's farm formerly known as
the Eckel place near Berea.
W. T. Johnson.
Bring in pptajpps and wood on
Taken up by the undersigned
on section 24-28-48, Box Butte
county, Neb., on Oct. 21, 1896.
Onobav mare, about 3 or 4
years old, strip in face, left front
foot white and right hind foot
white, had halter on. One Jight
bay horse coltT white spot in face
and left hind foptTwhito; over 1
year old. One black horse colt,
'white spot in face and right hind
foot white; over ono year old.
Owner can have same by pay-
ing for this notice and damages.
On Sept. 28, 1890, from sec. 29-28-48,
one black steer calf; ono
ono black heifer calf; both spring
ward' will be paid for informalion ales" mPd of Jessie Mitch
leading to their recovery. ' ell, sketch artist, and Ohas.
1 Albeht Nelson, j Brown comedhm and acrobat,
Homingford, Neb. ' played at tho Miller-Sweeney
TO RENT. I opera "house Wednesday evening
Tho undoriigned will rent his "ami tho entertainment is reported
fRrm in R&. 12-20-48. at WimatiUi first-class. Among tho distin-
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county, for tfia
11 furnish seed,
your 1897. Will
teams and machinery if required.
f Theo. Giudins, ;
lost a valuable
Mrs. Switzor was ill thu 'foro
l)art of tho week.
Mm Prank Reeil has recovered
from her rc&out illness.
Passenger No. 41 was four
hours late this morning.
A.J. Eugstrqin's bridge gang
hasjjeon in town all week.
E. S. Wildy and Miss Georgia
Miller visited Alliance Monday.
Editor Parajdis, of Alliance,
was in the city' Monday afte
Mrs. Bonn and littlo daughter
returned from Broken Bow Sun
day. . Miss Nellio Goodonough came
over from Box Butto to spend
Ilarvo Goodonough is teaching
school in tho Whelan cjistr-icfc
north of town.
L:ist night was tho coldest we
(have had, tho thermometer reg
istered 15 below.
Judge "Wostover adjourned
court Saturday and returned to
Mrs. John Ditto was danger
ously ill tlio first of the week
but is now convalescing.
Tho Hemiugford schools were
closed Thursday and Friday for
tho Thanksgiving holiday.
L. R. Corbin, the Sioux co.ynty
ranchm-m, ate turkey yesterday
with I. E. Tash and family.
P. W. Wheatly's caso camo up
beforo Judge Howott Tuesday.
He was bound over in tho sum of
Ernest Meints ono of tho sub
! stantial farmers of Boyd precinct
, was transacting business at tho
county seat Saturday. "' .
Mrs. James Hollinrako went to
Edgomont yesterday morning to
spend Thamksgiving and visit a
few days with her husband.
Henry Hollinrako and Miss
Iola Dovore ato Thanksgiving
turkey at tho home of Miss De
vore's parents near Burbank.
A Marriage license was issued
by Co. Judge Howott this weelc
to Jas. A. Stftnsby of Cherry
county and Fannio Robinson of
Among those who have dopos
ited money on subscription re
cently are M.' C. Beaumont, Jos.
Caroy, H. Voniiargen. Frank
Caha, and E. 0. Howard, Rock
Charlie Shindler came home
Wednesday from tho Big Horn
Basin where ho has been in the
employ of Ed Enderly 'for two
years past. He may remain hero
The pupils of tho Homingford
schools are now enjoying their
library which they received last
week, not boing books enough to
supply all the pupils thp teachers
kindly loaned a few volumes,
I E. C. Sheldon received a tele-
sriim iast nteht convevinir the
, sad intelligence of his father's
death at Springborough, Pa.
I Mr. Sheldon lias tho sympathy
of tho Herald in his bereave
"Mitchell's Colored Nightin-
j?uished citizens who occupied
"preserved seats" werq Co.
m mi r . . r
Treasurer aiuior, aueriu awceti
oy, Hon. B F. Oilman, Ed Wildy
and Win. Jennings. Bean,
I James Hunter
Principal D. K. Spacht and
Miss Rosa Parkin woro tho only
ones from hero who went to
Crawford to attend tho North
west Nebraska Teachers ossoc
iatioii which convenes to day
Sovoi'Al who intended going
changed their minds owing to tho
inclotneney of tUo weather.
Jovial Jolly John Dillon, pot of
tho public and everybody's fav
orite, will appear a' Allianco.
Friday evening, Doc. 4th, pre
senting his great comedy,
"Wanted tho Earth." For thirty
years John Dillon has stood in
tho front rank of Amorica's
comedians and his name and fame'
aro sufficient to pack any theatre.
Many of our peoplo will avail
themselves of tlio opportunity of
attending his charming perfor
mance. Program for Teachers Reading
circh of Homingford for Jan. 2nd.
Opening at 1 o'clock p. m.
History, pa-gps 02 to 125.
English Literature, to Queen
Anne's age . . . .Mita Neoland.
." . . . . Mr. Banks.
History of New York,
Missions, Miss "Parkin
1 ndian Wars Mr. Curtis.
French and Indian War,
Nollio Goodonough, "
II. F. Fillmore, Com.
D. . Spacht,
There will bo hold in Homing
ford, Nebraska, a Bible inslitute,
conducted by Rev. Frady, begin
ning Jan. 20, 1897 and continuing
in session four days. The work of
the institute) will bo a study of
four Gospels tho life of Christ.
Circulars concerning the insMtuto
may be lmd from Rev, Hnzoljton,
Rpv. Preston, C. J. Wildy or 'Mr.
Sherwood. Everyone is -invited to
attend. A largo class is desired.
A meeting concerning tho in
stitute will beheld at M.E. church
next Tuesday evening Nov. 24,
7:30 p. in. Epryone como.
Anna Neoland, Sec.
Tho Northwestern Nebraska
Educational Association will meet
in Crawford in Crawford, Nob.,
Nov. 27. A good program has
been prepared and a inspiring
meeting is anticipated. Every ono
interested in educational work is
cordially invited and teachers aro
requested to attend,
Anna Neoland, Sec'y
While your family is all at homo
and in health why not have their
picture taken together maybe
you would not part with such a
picture at any price in a few years.
W. T. Caldwlle,
That a Woman's
Heart Can Desire
to te Found in
my Stock c f
Call and soo tho immense variety
of Dry Goods, Ladies and
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Brand Now and, CHEAP.
C A BURLEW.
I have four full bloodqd lnas
tiff imps for sale.
'' " U'. N. Earnest.
35BW. GOODS at tlxo 2vdil.
1 New Photographic Studio.
I have just moved into a now
brick building espocitdly built and
fitted up for high clasa photog
raphy 'north of opera house block
My work neodrf no introduction
to tho Homingford people. With
I my improved facilities I ex poet to
continue to do tho high grsdo pho
tography of tho Northwest to do
it abpopular prices and to turn out
wonjpnoro uniform than evor and
wny less uoiay.
Cabinet Photos. 82.s!0 per doss.
Card $1.50; other sizes from locket
to 8 ,x 10 in proportion. No oxtru
charges for gnmps.
W. T. Caldwell,
..I-..I. ..... Ml, ,.! , J, -I...W ,.1 I in fr.ini
Wo liavo a now Kimball organ
for salo at a bargain .
ELEGANTL1NE OF NEW
CLOAKS AND NEWMARK
ETS, CHEAP AT
' C. A. BURLEW'S.
T. A. Slociim. M. O., thu Great Chem
ist and Scientist, Oilers to Si ml
Free, to the Aillicteil, 'i lirce Hot
ties of Ills Newly Discovered
Remedies to t'ujo Consump
tion and All Long Tumbles.
N-itliltiB could he fairer, more phll
unthiontc or carry morn joy in its
jv.iku than Urn olfer of 'J'. A. Slocinl,
M. C, of 183 Pearl street, New York
Conflilciit Mint lie has discovered
an absolute cure for consumpUou aud
all luilmjiiury complaints, and to
to make its great tgcrits known, lie
will send, free, three bottles (the
Slocnnvnew system of medicine) to
any .vi.idor of the Herald wliolsuf
l'eriiitj from chest, tliroiit mid lung
troubles or consumption.
lie invites those desirous of ob
taining the remedies to simply fiend
him their express and pi.stofllec ad
dress, and receive in return the tbice
Already tills "now scientific course
of medicine" lias permanently cured
thousands of apparently hopeless
lie considers it Ills religious duty
a duty which lie o ves to humanity
to donate bis Inlalllblo cine.
Offered frcel., apart fiom its ad
heienl .strength, is enough to coin
mend it, uiut more so is the perfect
coiilldence of the meat chemist, inak
'ng the offer.
He has proved consumption to be
a curable dlseiise beyond any doubt.
There will bo no mistake In send
ingthe uiiataKc will bo In overlook
ing the Doctor's generous Invitation.
He lias on tile in his American and
European laboratories thousands of
testimonials of experience from those
cured, in all p.uts of the world.
Delys are dangerous; mail your
address to T A. Slnsum, M. C, 18U
l'earl stieet, New York, and when
writing tlio Doctor, plca.su mention
reading this article In Tjik IIuuakd.
Comfort to California.
Every Thursday morning, a
tourist sleeping car for Salt Lake
City, San Francisco and Los An
geleso loaves Omaha and Lincoln
via tho Burlington Route.
It is carpeted; upholstered in
rattan; has spring seats and backs
and js provided with curtains,
beddings, towels, soap and etc.
An experienced oxcursion con
ductor and a uniformed Pullman
porter accompany it through tq
tho Pacific coast,
W'hilo neither as expansively
furnished nor as fine to look at
as a palace sleeper, it is just as
good to ride in. Second class
tickets aro honored and tho price
of a borth, wide enough aud big
cjnQUgl! for two, is only 3.
iora ioicior giving lull par
ticulars, call at too near
M. It. R. ticket office.
to J. Francis, Gen'l.Pass'r Agent
Burlington Route, Chuaha, Nqu;,
. Calvin J. Wildy
NEW STORE! x NEW GOODS!
New Prices! :: New Everything!
Always Leads and Never Follows !
'1 UK U1.DKST JiSTAlILIsIIMENT IN T1U5 t'OUNTV
Charter Cak Cool Stoies,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoyes,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire tha Bast on Earth
. MANUFACTURERS OF .
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Equal to Any Other. Try It.
NEW CASTLE,.... SHERIDAN AND .
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H. H, PIERCE,
"Wo have first-class stock ond double and single rigs, which we
urnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for acyoramoduiingboaider
,aro unexcelled in the city. Give.us a call.
8" Stable Cornor Box Butto Avenuo and Shor'dan Stroet.
CA.BINET BTfLED Bm
A High Grade Lager Beer,
Forest in the Market.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Cifa'colCGT JftvlEcn Street, Cn:eha, Neb.
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